Join Bungie’s Chief Marketing Officer, Eric Osborne, for the Chamber’s second annual gaming industry luncheon. Osborne will give attendees an inside look into the making of Bungie and an update on current events that are happening within the industry.

Every month through June, regional leaders will join us and share insights on a variety of critical topics. Each program will also provide an opportunity to engage and collaborate with business leaders during the networking period.

Women leaders bring valuable and unique perspectives to businesses in all industries. Join the Women’s Leadership Conference to learn from a diverse slate of successful business leaders as they discuss topics relevant to today’s female workforce and how to prepare for future success.

Our interactive four-part virtual conference, presented by Symetra, brings local and internationally recognized women leaders together to share their insights on some of the most important subjects facing women in the workforce today. The conference format will feature moderated discussions in which panelists share insight and knowledge gained from their personal and professional experiences.

The Chamber’s April lunch will examine how companies and nonprofits work together to solve community problems. This program will discuss the corporate philanthropy and employee engagement programs championed by leading companies that make our region a better place.

Our panel features Marty Hartman with Mary’s Place, Jeremey Williams with Bank of America, and Cathy Lalley with John Howie Restaurants and will be moderated by Jennifer Fischer with Bellevue LifeSpring.

Every month through June, regional leaders will join us and share insights on a variety of critical topics. Each program will also provide an opportunity to engage and collaborate with business leaders during the networking period.

In collaboration with Microsoft, University of Washington, and Tsinghua University, GIX (Global Innovation Exchange) brings together students and teachers to research and innovate in the field of STEM. Join Sean Carr, Executive Director & CEO of GIX as he shares future plans for GIX.

What does it take to make a city of the future? Vice President of WSP, Alex Shannon, will discuss how cities across the world are bringing new technologies, sensors, and leveraging big data for smarter cities, incorporating equity into infrastructure development, and designing for today while being ready for the future. Alex will talk about the role of local government and how businesses can play a key role in elevating our collective technological profile.

In-person registration is now closed; walk-ins will be accommodated based on availability.

The Chamber’s April lunch will examine how companies and nonprofits work together to solve community problems. This program will discuss the corporate philanthropy and employee engagement programs championed by leading companies that make our region a better place.

Our panel features Marty Hartman with Mary’s Place, Jeremey Williams with Bank of America, and Cathy Lalley with John Howie Restaurants and will be moderated by Jennifer Fischer with Bellevue LifeSpring.

Every month through June, regional leaders will join us and share insights on a variety of critical topics. Each program will also provide an opportunity to engage and collaborate with business leaders during the networking period.

*In-person registration is now closed; walk-ins will be accepted if seating allows, but are not guaranteed

Coming out of a two-year pandemic that has forever changed the workplace, what makes a good employer? The working American’s priorities have shifted, and employees now have greater control over the expected workplace culture and benefits. 

Join us for a look into issues impacting today’s evolving workplace, attracting top talent, and how to make your organization stand out in this tight labor market.

The event kicks off with a labor market analysis by noted UW economist, Jacob Vigdor, PhD. Professor Vigdor will then lead a panel discussion featuring Brenda Weber with Costco, Jessica Callahan with Symetra, and Rebecca Hardy with REI.

Every month through June, regional leaders will join us and share insights on a variety of critical topics. Each program will also provide an opportunity to engage and collaborate with business leaders during the networking period.

Please note, in-person tickets are sold out.

Join us for a conversation about social justice, athletics, and activism with philanthropic activist, business leader, and former Seahawk wide receiver Doug Baldwin Jr. 

Doug Baldwin Jr. was raised in Florida and graduated from Stanford University in 2011. He is currently running his own investment firm, Vault 89, serving as an advisor for several business firms, and working towards earning his Master’s Degree in Applied Positive Psychology through the University of Pennsylvania. In 2018, Doug received the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medal of Distinguished Service awarded from King County, which recognizes individuals who have “gone above and beyond in their efforts to make a difference in communities”. 

Every month through June, regional leaders will join us and share insights on a variety of critical topics. Each program will provide an opportunity to engage and collaborate with business leaders during the breakout sessions.

As travel begins to pick back up and the airline industry continues to recover, what will the new normal look like for the industry and travelers? Join us as Alaska Airlines’ Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew Harrison, shares more about Alaska Airlines’ path to recovery and upcoming projects at work.

Join us every month through June as regional leaders share insights on a variety of critical topics. Each program will provide an opportunity to engage and collaborate with business leaders during the breakout sessions.

Over the past year and a half, businesses have been switching to hybrid and virtual work spaces to accommodate safety protocols and employees. With hacks affecting businesses all over the country, employers are concerned with the safety of their information. Zayne Elrod, Director of Business Development for Security, Compliance, and Identity at Microsoft discusses ways to keep you and your business safe from cyber attacks.

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